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his family cannot bring themselves to start planning a final he was only 22 years old. >> reporter: >> pam: after being hospitalized for several weeks.an a-gender teen set ablaze while riding on an east bay bus.returns to their high school.kron4's haaziq madyun was there when the teenage burn-victim made the highly anticipated arrival back on campus. >> reporter:sasha fleischman returns to maybeck high school in berkeleyhere you see the 18-year-old maybeck senior being dropped off by the teen's mom debbie fleichsman monday afternoon >>"sasha's is very excited and feeling goodthat's what he's missed most going to school, being at school with his friends, and going to classes with their friends" >> reporter:here you seethe gender neutral sashawearing a black skirtwith both legs badagedwalking with a noticable limpthe teen's mom says although the doctor gave sasha the go ahead to return to school after being hospitalized 3-weeks with 2nd and 3rd degree burns on the lower bodyas a she still has concerns about
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sasha's strength holding up throughout the school day >>"just stamina wise, they've been through a horrific thing, the healing thing is going to be going on for months" >> reporter:back in early novembera 16-year-old oakland high school student set sasha's skirt on fire after sasha fell asleep riding home from school on an ac trasit bussasha's preferred mode of getting to school however mrs. fleischman says there will be no riding on buses for a while >>"well just because they are still getting their legs back in terms of being able to walk, it just doesn't make sense to be doing the bus right now, but eventually they want to do it but they want to do it with friends" >> reporter:as for the school's plan for welcoming sasha back,,,the school director put it this way
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>>"we didn't really having anything planned for today, but i know we are all thrilled to have sasha back >> reporter:in berkeley haaziq madyun kron4news >> pam: a special safety meeting is being held in 90- minutes. in response to this fight, involving a transgender teenager at hercules high school. >> pam: the fight, caught on cell phone video last month, involved three girls and a 16-year-old transgender student. >> pam: a west contra costa unified school district board member. has said the transgender student may have started the fight, in retaliation for being harassed. >> pam: tonight's board meeting starts at 6:30 at lovonya dejean middle school in richmond. it is open to the public. >> pam: we now know the name of the pedestrian killed this morning. while crossing el camino real in san mateo. he was 58-year-old scott van dyke. the accident tied up traffic
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for miles. >> pam: as kron four's terisa estacio reports, the case was initally thought to be a hit and run. with authorities searching for -- and finding-- one of two cars reportedly involved. >> reporter: driver side shows where the pedestrians struck the went shield. we believe that there were two vehicles involved. we do not know the exact order of the two vehicles. >> reporter: lee stick contact a second driver. because of the severity of the situation and it was closed for three hours creating a huge back up. it is possible the man had was from the encampment. they will map out the scene for
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more details. >> pam: time to map out our area. >> pam: this is a live look at mt. tamalpais, san francisco and bay bridge toll plaza.---- what a beautiful fall day around the bay area. sunshine and pleasant temperatures. but things are about to change. in the next day or >> pam: so. i'm in the weathercenter with our chief meterologist jacqueline bennett. to find >> reporter: closer to the coast like it was a little cooler today thanks to be fog. we are going to see much colder weather. as we move into the next several days. high clouds moving into the bay area what
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system dropping down from canada. there is cold air and temperatures will be freezing through wednesday and thursday morning. so here is a look at what we can expect to the rest of the week. fried's watch already in affect. only place not affected in san francisco and ocean beach. we will talk more about this and look at those temperatures in the neighborhood and how long the cold weather will last? >> pam: just as the weather begins to turn chilly -- cold weather centers will open. e-h-c life builders in the south bay is launching the program for the homeless monday night. here's a list of locations. where people who are homeless can receive medical treatment and free meals. >> pam: the boccardo reception center in san jose. the former sunnyvale
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national guard armory. and the gilroy national guard armory. >> pam: citrus farmers in california's central valley are also bracing for the cold snap. temperatures could drop below freezing. >> pam: the national weather service has issued a freeze watch. for the central and southern san joaquin valley starting late wednesday and continuing through saturday. >> pam: citrus growers are monitoring the weather. to determine if they should begin defensive procedures. to protect the plants against the cold. >> pam: it looks like an oakland toddler, who nearly drowned in a vallejo creek over the weekend, is going to pull through and make a full recovery. >> pam: the two- year-old had been in critical condition. he fell into the water at blue rock springs creek on saturday, while fishing with his great grandmother. the boy got stuck in a drainage tunnel, and was thought to be under water for 10- to 15- minutes. thankfully, vallejo firefighters jumped into the water, searched for the boy, pulled him out, checked his pulse, and saved his life.
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>> pam: coming up at 5-15 an investigation underway into the tragic death of 'fast and furious' star. paul walker. what police are saying about the area where the fiery crash happened. >> pam: then at five- thirty. what investigators are saying about how fast the commuter train was going before it derailed in the bronx over the weekend. >> pam: but first. >> pam: a special delivery. how amazon plans to directly deliver your items right to your doorstep. without using a delivery ^
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>> catherine: the things you buy online could someday be delivered by drones. amazon-dot-com is causing a buzz.by saying the drones could be ready in four or five years. >> catherine: amazon has released a video showing how it would work. >> catherine: products would be packaged in special boxes.and a conveyor belt would carry them to the spot where drones would pick them up for delivery. >> catherine: this obviously raises all kinds of questions about safety and legality.even how weather would affect the system. >> catherine: the drones being tested can only carry packages up to five pounds - but most packages delivered reportedly weigh less than that. >> pam: still ahead. >> pam: an investigation underway into actor paul walker's death. >> pam: what police are saying about reports of a second car in the area at the time of the crash. >> pam: plus - it is world aids day. >> pam: what president obama
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announced. to boost efforts to find a cure. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> reporter:an investigation is underway into the tragic
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death of fast and furious movie star paul walker. >> reporter:police are now saying his car crash was probably not the result of drag-racing. >> reporter:los angeles police are looking into speed as the cause for this weekend's crash that took the life of paul walker and the driver - his friend roger roadas >> reporter:the street where walker died is known as a hot spot for street racers. they're also looking into whether drag-racing was involved. >> reporter:but witnesses say there wasn't another car. >> reporter:and tmz has this surveillance video - that's hard to see, but doesn't appear to show another vehicle. >> reporter:this is the last video of walker before he crashed from inside edition. he's about to climb into the seat of the porshe carrera gt. >> reporter:minutes later he
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and rodas crashed it into a tree and lightpole and burst into flames. >> reporter:these images posted on youtube were taken seconds after the crash. besides speed, investigators want to know if skid marks showing someone doing do- nuts belonged to the porshe. >> reporter:coming up at 6. we talk with anguished family, friends and fans. all trying to make sense of walker's untimely death. >> reporter: this is yester day when and happened creek the pilot had reported engine trouble before the plane disappeared than it was spline from baker city or can. heavy snow or low visibility. this search
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connection to san jose the pilot is from san jose. we will keep you posted on this developing story. >> reporter: 1 person injured and police are looking for the shelter as we began. if fight led to the shooting. several people: 91 just after 130 before four and eight shots fired the victim was conscious and lay to loaded into an ambulance. the investigation is ongoing. pam? lopez was shot and
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killed by >> pam: a sheriff's deputy. sonoma county supervisors will consider the memorial at their meeting tomorrow. they will also consider starting a task force on police and community relations. >>lopez was shot to death. while walking through his neighborhood on october 22nd. deputy erick gelhaus shot lopez. >> pam: the deputy told investigators, he believed the airsoft b-b gun lopez was holding. was an assault rifle. >> pam: the white house is now pleading for north korea to release the 85-year-old >> pam: palo alto man detained a few weeks ago. this is merrill newman - making a so-called apology over the weekend. >> catherine: the korean war vet said he was sorry for war crimes he committed. his friends and family say the apology was clearly scripted. and some experts say pressure from the white >> catherine: inside edition has releasedit shows him
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enjoying his 10-day tour of north korea - before he was detained. the swedish ambassador has now been allowed to meet with him and deliver his heart medication. he says newman appeared to be in good health. >> catherine: it's world aids day - and it's also the 25th anniversary of the 'first' worlds aids day. that's why there's a huge red ribbon on the white >> catherine: president obama is marking the occasion by announcing a new project to advance hiv research -- aimed at a cure. >> catherine: the president says the world has come a long way since 1988. this is an aids treatment center in china. a new study suggests that if fighting aids >> catherine: continues -- the world will reach "the beginning of the end of aids" as soon as 20-15. several 49ers swapped their helmets for santa hats this afternoon in san jose.
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>> jacqueline: , the 5:00 hour early to buy many brief showers are possible. breezy and clean in afternoon about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than today. very cool morning as a star with the bay area 20's and 30's bay area wide and deftly will see frost. as we look at the north a little bit to the east we're seeing the system slowly moving to the celt moving through overnight and dropped very cold air in its wake. we will see if the us now and the higher terrain with the system. at midnight tonight locally trained and snow in the sierra. with the front moving through at by persons caught mourning levels will drop three quickly in the sierra. here
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locally if you'd like showers possible for the fight at 6:00 hour by eight of the rich already down. >> jacqueline: threw lake tahoe snow is continuing. temperatures up the torch my morning will not be too long to that deftly on the choice either nothing like later on this week. 39 in santa rosa, 37 in san francisco and 31 in sunnyvale. with deafness a cool down for about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than what we saw out there today accurate temperatures and the low fifties for the most part with the couple's case is getting in little bit higher. the entire bay area under that a freeze watch for wednesday and thursday instead except for cestuses call and ocean beach. san
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francisco >> jacqueline: we also have a chance for showers sporadically through that time. >> pam: this was the jolly scene at a target store, where a group of players were standing- in.as santa's helpers on a
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shopping trip with some disadvantaged children. >> pam: armed with a $300- dollar pre-paid credit card, donated by visa, the players, including eric reid, anquan boldin, joe looney and others. helped the kids fill a shopping cart with gifts for their families. >> pam: the young people are members of st. justin's parish community. we'll have more on this story. coming up on kron 4 news at six. next. >> pam: >> pam: cyber monday in full swing. how early numbers predict. it's a good day for the online shopping economy. plus -- actor will ferrell is accustomed to making appereances. >> pam: but this time he took it up a notch! how a town in north dakota got a surprise guest anchor.
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>> reporter: 4 of 53 tellers have cyber monday specific deals. let your fingers do the shopping. cyebr monday.the monday after thanksgiving. has become a fixture in the holiday shopping terminology. >> reporter:and early indications that online up more than 20 percent compared to the same day last year. analysts say almost a third of all internet shopping traffic is being done on mobile devices like phones and tablets. >> reporter:according to the national retail federation.four out of 5 retailers have cyber monday specific details. >> reporter:sites like savings.com and price grabber.com pull various retailers. tonight at 6.a tip from a pro that could help you save money online later in the month.and get free shipping. >> pam: u- s customs officials have seized hundreds of domain names. in an international operation, targeting counterfeiters. officials say, they worked with foreign law enforcement. to take control
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of more than 700 domain names. nearly 300 of those domain names were seized in the u- s alone, as part of an operation called - "project cyber monday." >> pam: the websites allegedly sold counterfeit products -- from phones -- to unsuspecting shopping season. >> pam: coming up at 5:30. train derailment in new york. saying about how fast the train was going when it derailed. plus - >> pam: police are investigating a suspicious death outside arrowhead stadium duringkansas city chiefs game. zçzçtó
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: we know tonight that the commuter train that derailed this weekend in new york was travelling too fast. 'way' too fast. four people died in this crash. >> catherine: but it's still not clear if the problem was human error - or brake trouble. . >> catherine: dozens of people were injured. four killed. and the investigation into what went wrong could last for months. >> catherine: but here's what we do know. at a curve that requires a drastic reduction in speed - from about 70 miles an hour >> catherine: down to thirty miles an hour --- the train was going too fast. nearly 3 times faster than the limit. all seven passenger cars and the engine car derailed. >> catherine: "i became
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aware of the screeching metal and then i became aware, this is a train crash and this is happening." >> catherine: the operator says he applied the brakes - but the train did not slow down. he's a 20-year-veteran and routine drug an alcohol testing has been done.. investigators are examining two different data recordersfrom the wreckage. >> catherine: it's the second time in 6 months that a train has jumped the tracks in the same area. in july - only 1700 feet away - there was a similar incident when a freight car derailed around the same bend. >> catherine: of the 67 people injured - three are in critical condition tonight. the wreck came two years before the federal government's deadline for some railroads to start using an automatic slow-down
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technology. it's designed to prevent accidents caused by human error. it's not clear yet whether it would have made a difference in this case. >> catherine: a man died sunday outside the stadium of the kansas city chiefs.and police are trying to figure out how it happened. just after sunday's game against the broncos. >> catherine: police were called to the parking lot because of reports of a fight. a 30-year-old man was found lying on the ground.and he later died. officers say that a man and his son came back to their jeep after the game, and found the man inside - leading to the fight. >> catherine: but there's still a mystery - since the man who died did 'not' have obvious signs of trauma. three people were taken into custody and questioned - but at this point. officials say fan rivalry was not a factor. >> catherine: 9-1-1 calls from the sandy hook school shooting last december are going to be released on wednesday. >> catherine: the connecticut state attorney had fought to keep that from happening.arguingit will
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only mean more anguish for the families of victims. but a judge has decided to make them public - and that's the final decision. >> catherine: the massacre in newtown was the second deadliest in u-s history. 26 people died - including 20 children. the gunman - adam lanza - shot himself at the end of his 11-minute rampage. >> catherine: pam? >> pam: former san francisco giant barry bonds. pays a 41- hundred dollar fine, stemming from a conviction two years ago. the penalty money he paid. will go to a crime victims fund. >> pam: bonds was convicted for obstruction of justice for giving an "evasive" answer to a grand jury during a trial in 20-03. at the time. the jury was investigating his involvement in the distribution of performance- enhancing drugs. bonds 20-11 conviction also included 30 days of house arrest, two years of probation and community service. >> pam: a former stanford doctoral student is suing the government over the "no- fly list." rahinah ibrahim's lawsuit against the department of homeland security. went to trial today. ibrahim claims, she was arrested in front of her daughter, while trying to
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board a plane at san francisco international airport back in 2005. and told her name was on a list of terrorists. >> pam: she has denied any connection to terrorism. >> pam: oakland mayor jean quan officially has a new challenger. today, oakland city councilwoman libby schaaf. filed the paperwork to run for mayor. >> pam: schaaf took over mayor quan's former council seat back in 2010. >> pam: some say, she has a real shot at unseating the mayor in 2014. councilwoman schaaf says, her priorities are reducing police response times and creating jobs. >> pam: before joining the council, schaaf served as then- mayor jerry brown's top aide, and former councilmember ignacio de la fuente's chief of staff. couple small earthquakes in the south bay early this morning. >> reporter:the first.a 2.5 magnitude quake.coming at 1:35 this morning. then a half hour later.a 3.7 magnitude quake. >> reporter:they were both about 5 miles south-south
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east of gilroy.and were about five miles deep. >> reporter:no injuries or damage were reported. >> jacqueline: major changes coming within the next couple of days. we were in the upper 60s and places like livermore, antioch, san jose. a little cooler this morning if you take the peseta like radar picture you can see that we have eight very cold core system coming towards the bay area. you see a lot of rain associated with this system. as we move into the next 12 verso hours a lot of rain. the impact quite a bit of shower spirit freezing temperatures later in the week i will tell you when it
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expected their cold weather to arrive coming up in just a bit. a man in trouble for giving >> pam: a man in trouble for giving out out free cash at a mall. why he's saying it was worth it. >> pam: but first. >> pam: a look at actor will ferrell a surprise appearance as anchorman's ron burgundy. on a real newscast >> pam: the dow still managed over its i love watching tv outside.
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and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> reporter:stay classy, bismarck. >> reporter:viewers got quite the surprise saturday night when will ferrell -- a-k-a ron burgundy -- co- anchored an entire 30-minute newscast on k-x-m-b-tv. >> reporter:the actor came complete with his signature ron burgundy rust-colored suit. there were also plenty of awkward pauses and questionable comments. the team expected ferrell to end with his "stay classy" catchphrase, but he missed the cue, saying: >>"what? am i supposed to read that?" >> pam: coming up. it was raining cash at a >> pam: mall during the holiday shopping weekend. why the man who gave the free money got in trouble. >> jacqueline: and a very cold temperature on the way dropping to 20 and 30 alto you more about that and when will we see more sworn
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whether to return to the bay area coming up. i love watching tv outside.
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and why can you move the tv out here?
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the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> catherine: a minnesota man is still getting lots of attention for the way he decided to spread a little christmas cheer last friday. >> catherine: it was all caught on video - and shoppers at the mall of america will never forget the gesture. now we're hearing from that man -- and how he doesn't regret throwing away thousands in cash. >> i did not realize it would be this big. >> reporter: did not anticipate the response. >> thought that it would be something funny and had this have fun with it. turned out a lot of people enjoy it. >> reporter: going through the force he wanted to do something to make other holidays a little brighter. >> such a commercial on tv with money flowing off of him and i thought that's where i a that the idea.
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>> reporter: giving away $1,000 a little money he would have left from the deplores hoping good karma would come from it. >> of losing everything that-will give away the last row i had left. money i had left. >> no i shall the guy in the escalator that it was real money. not fake money. >> reporter: has a court date and face a fine he says it was worth it. >> i think that it is what this is all about now the holidays just follow your heart and have fun. >> reporter:
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>> pam: carney said demonstration is expected to surge after the first business day to have that trouble was upside working for the vast majority of users. the financial analyst rob black has been the winners and losers. more >> reporter: people are shopping but using fewer dollars. >> black friday was down 13%. i guess it makes sense because there open on things giving now and they can stay home on friday.
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>> on my cell to grow 19% the mobile app is working very nicely. >> reporter: 2 million americans are under unemployment benefits. >> six years after the recession began in federal states long-term unemployed with 26 weeks of unemployment but now we are going to lose up to the year of the emergency benefits for the long term people a been applied over 26 weeks this is how it hurt our economy. paycheck to paycheck you tend to spend it. >> reporter: researched and
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developed development >> this will probably never happen. in large part a couple years ago had it hit the commercial airline that it would take it down. so here he is announcing a day before the biggest shopping day of the year. people on 60 minutes for use on the story. congratulations for drawn delivery >> pam: barbara walters has announced her list of the 10 20-13. the list has pop culture icons like kim kardashian, miley cyrus, actress jennifer lawrence and the stars of duck dynasty. >> pam: it also features swimmer diana nyad, pope francis, prince george, n-s- a leaker edward snowden, and a- b- c anchor robin roberts.
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>> pam: this year's list has special significance because it is expected to be walter's last. she is retiring next year. walters will reveal her number one most-fascinating person when the show airs on december 18- th. >> jacqueline: not a bad day out there today but changes are owned the horizon. as a move into the afternoon and will be breezy and much cooler. cold system coming down from canada will see a big impact for the rest of the week. high cloud coverage moving through but other than that we have not seen much of an impact yet
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today. not a whole lot of rain associated with it but with deafening bring some colder air. midnight tonight we are seeing more clout coverage but no brains. snow and the higher elevations. as lewis into the afternoon snow still going in the sierra that will last into the evening actually and possibly into early wednesday morning. not as bad as what we see out there. still on the chilly side. of 48 in oakland and 47 in san francisco. we were
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in the 60s today we will be 10 to 15 degrees cooler 55 and oakland and napa. wednesday is when the berlin cold weather will settle in. except for san francisco the only place not under the freeze on what. widespread frost >> jacqueline: we will seek up to a foot high or higher
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elevations. next few days was the temperatures hitting 29 degrees early in the morning and then drop below 20. drier conditions for wednesday after also will be chilly here locally. now is the clear skies wednesday and thursday. the low 30's for the most part even upper 20s mixing and temperatures will get a little warmer with slight chance of showers friday. >> pam: if you tend to get stressed at the airport.the s-p -c -a is bringing some furry friends to s -f -o. it is part of the "wag brigade" program.where volunteers with certified therapy dogs interact with people at the airport. >> pam: the goal is to relieve stress for travelers and help make their experience more enjoyable. right now the program has eight dogs. they have been carefully selected for their temperament and airport
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suitability. volunteers will take the dogs around the airport with vests that say "pet me!" >> pam: if you're traveling through visit the dogs at terminal >> pam: and you won't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. and featuring gary's radio partner larry krueger. a brand new show here on kron 4-- we'll have lively >> pam: debates.and big time interviews. the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9pm. check out the facebook page at sports night live - and "like us" for a chance to win a 2-thousand dollar home theater system. i love watching tv outside.
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and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes!
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at 6. >> pam: it's time to break out your winter gear. your coats. sweaters. thermals. >> pam: whatever you need to keep warm. we're about to get hit with winter-like weather mid- week. kron-4's chief meteorologist jacqueline bennett is live in the weather center -- tracking what's coming. >> jacqueline: temperatures will be dropping from 1510 to 15
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degrees lower we will have more and within your neighborhood coming upsan francisco police have >> pam: san francisco police tapped are rested a suspect sunday fatal shooting of a daly city man. over a playstation 4. it happened in san francsico's bayview district -- near mendell street and hudson avenue. >> pam: kron-4's justine waldman spoke with officers -- who say the frenzy over the new >> reporter: and the baby when a buyer according to police shot and killed him and his older brother tells kron 4 news the family is in shock and still grieving. in daly city justine waldman kron 4 news. >> pam: a search for a missing plane is focused on a mountain ridge in idaho. the plane is registered to dale smith of san jose. authorities won't confirm that smith was the pilot.
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but they say yesterday the pilot radioed controllers in salt lake city saying there was engine trouble. >> pam: anyone heard from the plane which was flying from baker city oregon to butte montana. searchers fear the plane went down in central idaho backcountry. near the tiny town of yellow pine. heavy snow and low visibility forced crews to stop search for now. they will return in the morning. >> pam: today after receiving the go-ahead from doctors sasha fleischman returned to maybeck high school in berkeley neutral senior. being dropped off earlier today wearing a black skirt and walking with a noticeable limp. >> pam: sasha spent 3-weeks in the hopsital with 2nd and 3rd degree burns on his
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lower body he was set on fire while riding an a-c transit bus last month. >> we know that session is an excellent student but it will be a process for them coming back. we are not concerned about sasha's academics. >> pam: doctor's say, it will be a long road. however, they expect sasha will make a complete recovery. >> pam: meantime. the 16- year-old oakland high school student charged with committing a hate crime for setting sasha 'sskirt on fire. is scheduled to be in court in oakland later this month >> pam: a special safety meeting is being held in a half-hour. it's in response to this fight involving a transgender teenager at hercules high school. the fight, caught on cell phone video last month, involved three girls and a 16-year-old transgender
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student. >> pam: a west contra costa unified school district board member has said, the transgender student may have started the fight. as retaliation for being harassed. tonight's board meeting starts at 6:30 at lo-von-ya dejean middle school in richmond. it is open to the public. >> pam: a pedestrian was killed this morning in san mateo. after being hit by two cars. for miles. >> pam: it happened on southbound el camino real, underneath highway- 92. at about 6:15. police say, the victim -- 58-year-old scott van dyke -- was hit by a black honda and a white toyota. >> pam: one of the drivers remained at the scene to help, while the other drove away. police tracked down the other driver shortly thereafter. and that driver is now cooperating with police. >> reporter:new details are emerging about the car crash that killed fast and furious star - paul walker. drag racing has now been officially ruled out as a possible factor in his death.
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>> reporter:the los angeles county sheriff's office says there is no evidence of a second vehicle linked to the accident that killed the actor. >> reporter:here you surveillance video of saturday's crash, courtesy of o-m-g insider. authorities say walker, and driver roger rodas, were killed immediately in the fiery crash. an investigation is ongoing, but officials believe speed played a factor. >> reporter:fellow actor tyrese gibson also visited the crash site of the fallen actor. it was an emotional scene at a growing memorial for walker. >> reporter:walker's family issued a statement earlier today thanking fans for their support. they ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to walker's reach out worldwide charity. >> reporter:stay connected with kron4. with the latest on the investigation into paul walker's death.by visiting our website.kron4- dot-com. you can also download one of our mobile apps. pam?
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>> pam: still to come. >> pam: the biggest opportunity for avoiding sales tax is today. and most americans plan to make the most of it. on this cyber monday. few drivers always follow the rules of the road. stanley roberts shows us some truckers behaving badly. and the 49ers get in some christmas cheer with local children. that's next -- as kron-4 news at six continues. ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive.
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>> pam: holiday shopping was a breeze with members of the 49ers running interference. kron four's rob fladeboe takes you on a very special shopping spree this afternoon in san jose. >> reporter:it was a kind of shopping blitz as 49ers players like eric reid played santa's helper for needy kids. >> reporter:it began with a huddle as players were paired with low-income kids before fanning out across a target store armed with a long list of gift ideas for their families. >> reporter: >> i am getting toys for me and my baby brother. >> to to stand early stuff. >>girly stuff
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>> if this has been such a tremendous opportunity for us. >> reporter:each child was given a gift card worth $300 dollars, courtesy of the 49ers and visa. the benificiary group for the day is st. justin's parish community, of santa clara. >> reporter:joe looney, anquan boldin, colt mc coy and a half dozen others showing lots of patience in the toy aisles, getting some ideas of their own no doubt, giving back and getting something back in return. >> reporter:photos of the event will no doubt make for a nice stocking stuffer for the kids too, recalling for years to come, the day i went shoppi ng with the 49ers. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: 86 percent of americans are expected to spend at least one minute on the internet today. >> pam: why? >> pam: it's cyber monday!
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the amazing numbers -- next. i love watching tv outside.
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>> reporter: taking advantage of cyber monday deals. online shopping today up more than 20 percent.compared to the same day last year. cyber monday of course is the monday after thanksgiving when retailers doll out sweet deals. analysts say almost a third of all internet shopping is being done on mobile devices like phones and tablets. according to the national retail federation.four out of 5 retailers have cyber monday specific details. and if you miss out today.just wait. >> pam: the "obamacare"
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website is open and running more smoothly than ever. health care dot gov had problems starting from day one -- october first. the president vowed to fix the issues by december first. >> pam: so the obama administration enlisted the help of private sector tech talent-- and the president put management consultant jeff zients in charge of the overhaul. >> pam: 400 individual repairs later. the administration met the deadline, saying the website's error rate has fallen to "well under one percent." >>"the bottom line: healthcare.gov on december first is night and day from where it was on october first." >> pam: the administration progress report says the site can now handle up to 800-thousand visits a day. still, more work needs to be done. officials expect a surge in traffic just before december 23rd, the last day to sign up for coverage that takes effect on january first. >> catherine: it's now been about 5 weeks since an 85- year-old palo alto man was
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detained by the north koreans as his vacation was wrapping up. >> catherine: the white house is now weighing in -- pleading for his release. >> catherine: this is merrill newman - making a so-called apology over the weekend. the korean war vet said he was sorry for war crimes he committed. his friends and family say this apology was clearly scripted. and some experts say pressure from the white house might not work. >> north korea it is giving in to the command of the demand of pressures coming from washington. pete >> catherine: inside edition has released another photo of newman. it shows him enjoying his 10-day tour of north korea - before he was detained. the swedish ambassador has now been allowed to meet with him and deliver his heart medication. he says newman appeared to be in good health.
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>> pam: today is the 25-th annual world aids day. and in washington.the president spoke about a new major health project to address aids. a giant red ribbon adorned the front of the white house to commemorate the day. >> pam: the president says the world has come along way since the first world aids day on december first 19 - 88. but he says the deadly illness still poses challenges >>"today, i'm pleased to announce a new initiative at the national institutes of health to advance research into a hiv cure. we're going to redirect a hundred-million-dollars into this project to develop a new generation of therapies because the united states should be at the forefront of discoveries into how to put hiv into long-term remission without requiring lifelong therapies or, better yet, eliminate it completely." >> pam: a new study by the one campaign released last week suggests. if current progress continues. the world will reach "the beginning of the end of aids" as soon as 20 -15. >> pam: a man possibly
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infected with active tuberculosis created quite a scare on a u- s airways express flight from austin, texas. >> pam: a passenger on the flight says the man was removed from the plane during a layover in phoenix and the other passengers were advised to get t-b tests. frank morales reports. >> "a few people were beginning to cover their noses and their mouths." >> not sure if homage i should be interacting i am not sure how much i should be interacting. >> reporter:dean davidson says he felt violated by the very people he trusted to get him home safely. "i'm not even sure, actually, how much i should be interacting with loved ones here at home. i just don't know." >> reporter:an uneventful flight home after spending
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the thanksgiving weekend with family. turning to panic on the ground when he says a flight attendant gave a man a few rows in front of him a mask. and took him off of the plane. >> reporter:davidson says a firefighter then got on the loudspeaker and told passengers this. >>"'we have been exposed to a person who has active tuberculosis.' that was the extent of the information. nobody from us airways said a word." >> reporter:no fliers or pamphlets to take home. davidson says passengers were simply told chances of catching it were slim. but to get with their doctors and get tested. davidson says passengers were then let go. >>"there was a young couple with a child. they were concerned about the child." >> reporter:davidson says he remembered seeing the man walking to the bathroom but didn't see any signs of tuberculosis. like a bad cough. >> reporter:a maricopa county health department spokesperson says they've tested the passenger for t- b. but it could be a couple of days before the results come back. >> reporter:u-s airways has declined an on-camera
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interview with us. but says it was the flight crew that discovered the possible t-b case mid-air. >> reporter:and says they weren't aware of any medical problems with the passenger before take off. a rep for the airline says passengers were provided information about the incident. but wasn't sure how. >> reporter:davidson says he's been frantically researching the disease. but says he wants the airline to help. though, so far, he says they've done nothing. >>"i cannot imagine that i'm the only person-- we are left to our own imagination about this so we need just accurate, objective information. that's all i'm asking for." >> pam: a c-d-c spokeswoman says the man in question has not been confirmed to have an infectious disease. a u- s airways spokesman says there was no warning or flag on the passenger's record and the airline was only notified of the risk by the c-d-c through the t-s-a after the plane took off. >> jacqueline: the system is to our east and dropping again from canada. a cold
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front along with rain associated with it. as the week goes on with the much colder temperatures. for the afternoon in would be breezy and much cooler than it was to that. army in effect for much of the bay area. most once the cold front pushes through here locally will be very light and very brief. as we continue to look you are still seeing snow at o'clock hour. to out tomorrow morning definitely
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chile been aware as near as cold as it will be later in the week. upper '30's for santa rosa and napa. and to the afternoon death in the cool down tens to 15 will be sought today. than what we saw today >> jacqueline: elsewhere in will be thursday morning. widespread frost. wednesday and thursday it will be corporate cooler >> jacqueline: have a foot
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of snow at lick level and the higher terrain. lake level in the higher terrain >> jacqueline: clear skies was very cold air and breezy with low '30's and will become warmer and the friday to saturday >> pam: still had >> pam: if you ever wanted to drive like a movie star, now's your chance. and stanley roberts goes with police to surprise some truckers. how they're caught behaving badly. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why?
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because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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with qualifying bundles. the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: sasha returns to school after being hospitalized for three weeks recovering from burns wounds while driving in well writing and ac transit bus writing >> very excited and that is what he miss most is being at school. >> i know that we're all thrilled to have sasha back. >> reporter: here at richmond and special school boarding school board meeting will be held when a
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fight broke out at her to was high school when a transgendered student was belleek. safety concerns at the school enrichment j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> reporter: the state could see a dry winter making three predictions most of the states will be tried this winter under conditions over the colorado for southern california. good news predicting rain in southern california toward the end of the rainy season. just two or three storms could turn everything around. charles clifford kron 4 news sprin >> reporter: shopping with
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the 49er spirit at a target store with low income kid spirit from st. justice perished spending $300 donated from the sun and the forty-niners. >> jacqueline: big changes coming to the forecast mainly clear skies this originated up and canada. the cold front moves through five or 6:00 in the morning the could see a brief shower. temperatures dropping into low 50s. very very cold temperatures affecting the entire bay
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area except for san francisco. widespread frost and freezing temperatures again in the '20s and thirty spirit low fifties for tomorrow afternoon clear skies and calm in wins. saddling into the bay area wednesday and thursday 20 to start the day. we will one son it will be a chilly bay area. people "people behaving badly."
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>> pam: there's no shortage of big rig drivers on bay area day like today, with business ramping up after a long holiday weekend. >> pam: so who makes sure their trucks are safe? highway patrol officers do -- with random inspections. joined them, and found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: they checked me thinks the truck could be taken off of service which means in has to stay put until the problem is found. in case of these inspections no-trump was taking out of service. which means the owner of the truck
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was needed to get it fixed within 30 days. some things can be fixed on the spot. >> have things that can fall off the truck or splash on someone else's car. >> reporter: could happen to a motorcycle as if they get hit in the face? >> reporter: back to the driver's he was not wearing the glasses or caring the glasses. >> reporter: stanley roberts kron 4 news. >> pam: friends, family honored james dunn the fanny from soprano spirit
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>> reporter: be done say has not kardashian off and being a favorite people. kardashian came in second followed by artist auriana, taylor's was and madonna. barack obama and justin beaver were the only two men to make the list. beyonce knocked kim kardashian off the bing favorite people list! and remember you can catch all of your entertainment news catch all your entertainment news right here on kron-4. the o-m-g insider starts at 7:00. followed by entertainment tonight at
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>> pam: washington - the national zoo is naming its giant panda cub bao bao. the zoo says the name means "treasure" or "precious." the zoo received more than 123,000 votes from the public. zoo officials announced the name sunday as the cub turned 100 days old, following chinese tradition. she's only the second surviving panda cub born in washington. >> pam: and you won't want to miss sports night live hosted by gary radnich. >> pam: and featuring gary's radio partner larry krueger. >> pam: a brand new show here on kron 4-- we'll have lively debates.and big time interviews.
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>> pam: the show premieres this thursday december 5th at 9pm. >> pam: check out the facebook page at sports night live - and "like us" for a chance to win a 2-thousand dollar home theater system. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
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uncle go one,two,one,two,one two,one. [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight! [uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah?
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:good evening everyone! >> gary: yesterday's 49ers- rams game was chippy from the beginning 20 penalties called between both teams >> gary: michael crabtree in his first game action this season had 2 catched for 68 yards including this 60 yarder it was the longest reception by a 49ers wide receiver this season
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>> gary: vernon davis check this out as he hurdles the defender on his way to the end zone it was davis' 2nd hurdle to it over an opponent 4 catches 275 yards and this td >> gary: anquan boldin also had a big game with 9 catches for 98 yards 23-13 49ers the >> gary: here is boldin flanked by crabtree and kaepernick >> we are getting a lot better our confidence as well. >> now where do we stand? but not where we would like to be but we can control our own destiny our faith are at our faith is in our hands. >> gary: kapernick is pretty savvy. he did not have to
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say as much. one piece of bad news for the 49ers its daily suffered a knee injury and the fourth quarter and first they thought it could be season ending. but now, he will miss at least one to two weeks. a torn aclu and the right knee. staley right now will miss one or two weeks. -joe staley >> gary: vernon davis and peter g. macdonald bryant
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grabbed him right and begroin tough sport! grabbed right in the groin. tackling a player by the groin. we say things that show things taht that will turn people stomaches >> gary: hand it to someone
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ninth frit drums and the when you are a football player and you drink in a penny you get all upset about respect. sorry if i became upset. but the man was to have tackled by his growing. groin. >> gary: gold to our facebook page because we would like to use this for one of our specials thursday night at 9:00. the warriors will be on there and we will have a few laughs. 9:00 we will run a few of these in december. just a little fun and very interactive back and forth. the feature staff
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to step in curry steph curry. >> gary: mike tried to be slick could cost him $100,000. good luck good news for the denver rob broncos. john cox missed four weeks the head coach after going undergoing open heart surgery. john fox would to get back as soon as you can after undergoing open-heart surgery. >> gary: head coach at washington he was 34 and 295
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seasons there. the big draw was that he was an assistant for pete carroll during the glory days. sarkesian. if >> gary: there are going to pay him over $1 million but he said pay i do not want to b.p. assistant coach i want to be the head coach. >> jacqueline: do not make me feel bad. >> jacqueline: it is bay paid me 1 million i would do anything they wanted me to do. peak >> gary: anything they wanted?
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>> jacqueline: wahl within reason. >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: fellow freshman beat him out told zack to go somewhere else if you want to play. what about san jose for that kid? would not be good. good for zack klein >> gary: scott has meyer a's signed. a's signed kazmir pi paid over one million to
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come in and help out the team. >> gary: we will be back i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know?
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i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: barry has paid over 4000 and penalties. stemming from his obstruction from justice found in u.s. district court barry was fined for 1000 that goes to a crime dictums bond. dick them
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victim's fund. victim's fund. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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yes you did. yes you did. no i didn't. no i didn't. did not. yes you did. [ male announcer ] find some peace this holiday. get an 8 piece meal, any recipe, with a dozen cookies baked in-restaurant.
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the kfc festive feast. that's a lot for just $19.99! today tastes so good. "omg! insider," the top trending stories you need to know. >> do you drive a fast car normally? >> not on the streets so much. >> i heard a loud bang. >> exclusive surveillance video of the fiery crash that killed paul walker. what it reveals. >> his "fast & furious" co-star and his father left grief stricken. >> i'm just glad every time i saw him i told him i loved him. >> the latest on the investigation and the last images. did walker have a real-life need for speed? >> how many wrecks have you been in? >> wrecks? >> this haunting interview just months ago. >> i'm going to die that way. >> plus, his warning about safe driving. >> be smart. drive safe. >> as stars remember the actor. >> very reminiscent of what it must have felt like the night the world lost james dean. >> and the future of the "fast & furious" franchise. >> they'll have to make hard, hard decisions in the next few days. >> we reveal his eerie last
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images on the set of "fast 7" in his most famous role. >> i ain't coming back. now where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." information and reaction continue to pour in about the passing of paul walker. hello, everyone. i'm kevin frazier. >> i'm thea andrews. we are remembering paul walker tonight. with over 10.5 million mentions on twitter, co-stars and fans rushing to the scene and images flooding the internet, social media has played a key part in the telling of this story. we'll look at its role in the reporting ahead. >> from his life in hollywood to his final moments, here is the latest. >> this morning, sheriff's deputies in california are trying to learn what led to the death of a movie star. >> new details about the fiery crash that filled "fast & furious" actor paul walker. >> i can confirm two fatalities. >> fans today continue to gather at a makeshift memorial for the actor at the crash scene as investigators work to determine its cause. we have obtained this surveillance video that could be used in the investigation.

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